This stunning mill house has been beautifully maintained incorporating the original features of the mill whilst providing modern touches. A bespoke oak kitchen with granite work tops, a light and versatile living room with oak windows opening onto the river race, 3 bedrooms upstairs, bedroom and shower room on the ground floor. There is a self-contained guest suite in the old mill workings room, with kitchen, sitting room and upstairs bedroom and shower room. The property benefits from oil fired central heating, with radiators throughout, double glazed windows and doors, all set on a hectare of land with a heated swimming pool. No near neighbours but just 5 minutes’ drive from the historic village of Penne d’Agenais.
Bespoke Kitchen (24m2)with island , leading to
Dining room (20m2) with winter snug with open fireplace
Stunning sitting room (40m2) with double aspect views of the garden and river
Bed room 1 (30m2), currently used as office and store room
Shower room (3m2) with hand basin and WC
Laundry room (2m2)
Access to guest suite
Boiler room with Viessman boiler, pool pump room
bed room 2 (26,58m2) with fitted wardrobes, views over river
bed room 3 (12,52m2) side views
bed room 4 (14,42) with fitted wardrobes, views over front courtyard and pool
modern bathroom (11,97m2) with bath, large walk in shower, WC, double sinks
Guest suite (70m2)
Formerly the engine room of the old mill, open planned living area with
Kitchen . independent door to the garden and pool. Stairs up to large
Bedroom with ensuite shower room, wc and handbasin
Outside Large open barn, covered terrace, for outside dining
Pretty courtyard setting, south facing
10 x 5 chlorine swimming with heat pump. New liner
Garage .2 small stables
1 hectare (2.2 acres) of flat land, access to main river and sluice gates. Gated entrance and driveway.
Tax fonciere 1,100 euros per year
Tax habitation 1,100 euros per year.
Northwards Bergerac and the Dordogne Valley, which is not just the area of wine production, also the region of history from Pre-Historic times, through the 100 years war and the Renaissance with medieval castles and Châteaux. To the South there are the massive valleys of the Garonne and Lot Rivers: the wine, fruit and vegetable basket of the region. Good transport links by rail, by motorways and planes from Bergerac and the Beautiful cities of Bordeaux and Toulouse. Undoubtedly Tourism is important here so this property might create an interesting option to buyers, hoping to buy to let, or to live full time here. The River offers many sports, there's tennis in most villages and many good golf courses near here.
Alistair Lockhart. Property Director, FrenchEntrée